Discover Unknown Vulnerabilities with Crowdsourced Security

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Crowdsourced security refines and improves on the bug bounty concept, moving into the mainstream for numerous use cases, including penetration testing and attack surface management, to help solve problems that other approaches cannot.

In this session you will learn about the drivers for, and value of, modern crowdsourced security, how to adopt and operationalize it gracefully and at scale, and why “crowd fear” is a red herring.

Join our experts to discuss:

  • How to leverage crowdsourced security in your security posture
  • The benefits of using a bug bounty program
  • The world of ethical hacking today


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Jonathan Care

Advisor, Lionfish Tech Advisors

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Jennifer Cox

Security Engineering Manager, Tenable

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Justin Kestelyn

Head of Product Marketing, Bugcrowd

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